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Do You Believe That Time Heals All Wounds?

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Posted 3/1/12 , edited 3/1/12
Um no, if enough time goes by your wounds, whatever they may be, will indeed improve, but deep enough scars will never go away.
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Yea, I think time heals A LOT of wounds. but definitely not all of them. :P
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Wounds are never completely healed. They are just not felt for while until something opens it up. That is the nature of a scar. Scars are forever. Scars can always be torn open again and again.
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Sure it helps but i don't think it can heal all wounds. Some go to deep like losing a loved one.
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Well no, time does not heal all wounds. you just make room for it.
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27 / M / 風の山
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emotional wound are meantal, meaning that they are healed if you totally forget about it. as in depleted from your memories for good.
but the fact is that you'd need to be brain dead or go through series of trauma for that to happen.
if you think about it, time is derived from distance meaning, the further you get form it the less you see of it.
but the thing is we can't deem it as a motionless being, so it can move and it might follow you. sometimes not.
you are chained to this monster, until the chain is broken then you can start feeling at ease.
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time can take care of most wounds if you let it and time is needed to take care of all wounds. in the end however it is usualy us that actualy do the healing. sitting around and waiting is not going to help.

you need to mend your heart-break? try living your life as much as you can. spend time with friends and family and those you truly care for who you know truly care for you as well.

you hurt your leg? now this one is something you will have to let heal and that is up to time.

your confused and now you dont want to continue in life/love/friendship? thats up to you again. you will have to convince yourself that it is worth it to continue the fight and make it through your hardships.

so basicaly time is needed to heal everything as your going to need time to do the healing but its usualy us that make the final choice to begin/finish the healing process.
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Depends, if it is a serious wound of u will need time and support and alone time but i believe time can heal ALL wounds but not completely but time can heal some completely it just depends on the situation and how big the wound is
Posted 3/1/12 , edited 3/2/12
Yes, I believe it does. Although, I haven't run into a situation where it REALLY hurts emotionally, so some may not agree with me.
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I don't believe so. I think time is just an excuse to forget you had the wounds, or so to say.
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It's just an expression, so perhaps best to not overthink it. It one wants to be strict in definitions, time probably won't heal ALL wounds. Some may be too deep. Other hurts we might actually nurse and allow to fester, perhaps thinking we gain something from it. Medically, scarring is a form of healing too... Also, it's not merely just the passage of time, I don't think. It's time used for introspection and reflection, comfort from friends and/family, spirituality, some sort of catharsis, or in some cases, just simple forgetfulness.

Nonetheless, as a generalization and an expression of the human condition, I think it's a reasonably accurate statement. However, I wouldn't use it to actually comfort someone hurting. To me, saying "time heals all wounds" to a hurting person will sounds very much like saying their pain is somehow illusory or a mere trifling thing not worth acknowledgement which will simply pass away eventually.
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All 'cept anime addiction.
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Time doesn't heal your wounds. I don't see it aiding your right arm, applying medication on your scar or anything else. Time is just there to keep track.
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it heals eveything...it repairs and upgrade you into something stronger and wiser.
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Nope it doesn't. It heals most but some wounds are there to stay you just get used to it --- till someone takes the scab off so to speak.

Edit - HAHA yeah basically I think EXACTLY what sushi above me said.
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